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Read Only Combobox

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Does anyone know how to override the existing Combobox class and give it a
readonly property so that the backcolor of the combobox will be grey with
the forecolor being black as is the case for a textbox set to readonly? I
have seen samples of how to do this in C++ but nothing from a VB.Net
standpoint.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi David,

Could you post a link to the C++ code, perhaps we can convert it for you.

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: Does anyone know how to override the existing Combobox class and give it a
: readonly property so that the backcolor of the combobox will be grey with
: the forecolor being black as is the case for a textbox set to readonly? I
: have seen samples of how to do this in C++ but nothing from a VB.Net
: standpoint.
:
:
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